Winding southwest from Pozo into the mountains of the Los Padres National Forest is Hi Mountain Road. It’s a great bike ride if you like to ride gravel, Burkard says. About 6.5 miles up the dirt road is the Hi Mountain Condor Lookout, along with some old building sites on the way up. … [Read more...] about Surf photographer and SLO native Chris Burkard shares his favorite local spots
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After Mason Crosby’s 24-yard field goal made it 20-20 with just more than five minutes remaining, Kaepernick led the 49ers on a drive from their 20 to the Green Bay 15. Dawson then kicked his third field goal of the game, giving the 49ers the victory and a 3-4 postseason record against the Packers. … [Read more...] about History of the 49ers-Packers postseason matchups
"He is a dyed-in-the-wool Communist and he has been his entire adult life," he said. "Elizabeth Warren is a faker. She is a fraud. Everything she says is a lie. I'm not saying that she doesn't believe some crazy things. I think she probably does." … [Read more...] about Charlie Hurt: ‘Dyed-in-the-wool Communist’ Bernie Sanders getting played by the Democratic Party bosses
In recent years, the city’s charm — as well as a supply of talented engineering students from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo — has begun to attract tech companies scouting desirable destinations for their ever-expanding ranks of employees. Over the past five years, San Luis Obispo tech employment has increased 50% — from 6,572 workers in 2013 to 9,852 in 2018, according to a 2019 study from the County Workforce Development Board. That’s about 8% of the county’s workforce of 122,800. … [Read more...] about Can ‘SLO life’ survive when tech comes to town?
It all has to do with parking and septic tanks. The county wouldn’t allow a farm-to-table restaurant, or any other kind, to be built without parking, which meant that Vander Horst had to agree to take over maintenance of the main street and make it private. Working all that out took a year. Now there are two small signs that say the main street is no longer a county-maintained road — the installation of the signs being the only new infrastructure to hit Harmony in some time. … [Read more...] about Central coast’s tiniest town: In Harmony, the melody is sound of silence